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Andrew B. Denton

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Vancouver, British Columbia, CA

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Board Certifications


Board-certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgery and American Board of Otolaryngology


Memberships

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS)

Consultation Fee






$100


Hospital Privileges

Dr. Denton has hospital affiliations at Vancouver General Hospital, UBC Hospital, Richmond General Hospital.


Education


Undergraduate & Medical School
Undergraduate: BSc in Biology, Dalhousie University

Medical: MD, Dalhousie University


Post-Medical School Training
Residency: Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of British Columbia

Fellowship: Facial Plastic Surgery, University of California at San Francisco



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    preetbains85

    He is everything you want in a Doctor. He is very caring. He makes you feel comfortable about your decision and walks you through the whole process. Dr. Denton's personality had captured me. There's not a lot of Doctors out there like him.

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    garysevan

    Dr. Denton was thorough and confident in his ability to get the job done which I liked a lot. There was no hesitancy on his part. I detected nothing in the way of tentativeness. And I should note at this point that I had been to one prior consultation with another surgeon. And on that occasion I wasn't even remotely convinced that I had made a good choice. Inclusive of the fact that we were talking an open procedure whereas Dr. Denton was going to, and did, perform a closed procedure which I much preferred.

    Overall Dr. Denton was professional and pleasant to chat with. His leaving me feeling confident that in him I had made a good choice and the best, in fact, as it turned out.

    Dr. Denton's professionalism and confidence and surgical skills and abilities I would recommend highly to any interested party/parties.

    Definitely first-rate.

    And I don't anticipate any change of sentiment on my part as my nose continues to settle into its final appearance over the next year or so.

    If the day comes when I'm considering any other cosmetic procedure I won't be consulting any surgeon other than Dr. Denton.

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    garysevan

    Dr. Andrew Denton and his staff are truly awesome. Just excellent. Absolutely the best. I cannot more highly recommend their services.

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    Nonoboboutu09

    Very professional. And sincerely cares about you. Listens very carefully to what you have to say, and is available 24/7 after surgery for questions/concerns.

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    Debby D

    Dr. Denton is calm, low key, personable, professional and thorough. He answered all questions clearly and completely. He made sure I understood what results I could realistically expect. He, his assistant Trish , and the surgical nurses were pleasant, informative and reassuring. The whole process ran smoothly and easily.

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    talon1

    Dr. Denton is a first-rate professional with confidence and amazing surgical skills and abilities. I would recommend highly his services. You will not be disappointed. His office staff are fantastic and make you feel relaxed, comfortable and that you are in good hands.

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    jkid

    I think Dr Denton and his Staff are very professional and make you feel good. Dr Denton is honest and really cares about his patients. I think he is Excellent

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    lolalink

    Word of mouth. Would I recommend him? Absolutely.

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    Rocker11

    Fantastic, Dr.Denton and Trish are awesome.I write this review from the bottom of my heart cause I know how it feels.And just want to ensure you that you will be above happy.Your in the best hands.Believe me check them out,and you shall be very happy.All the best Roman,my pics are just being developed will have them up in a week.Enjoy Roman

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    EUNorth

    Being patient of Dr. Andrew Denton I consider the worst and the most damaging experience in my entire life (this is not exaggerating). My nose surgery (rhinoplasty) ended up with extremely serious complications that caused very serious breathing problems. It took multiple surgeries and many years to fix my breathing problems. This affected my life on so many levels. Another big issue with Dr. Denton was his refusal to reveal identity of person he had involved in my botched surgery without my consent. He even gave me false name as name of doctor who had been involved in my surgery. Strangely, this doctor was acting as he had been involved in my surgery for a period of time, even during legal action (as a defendant in the case) until I suspected that this doctor might not have anything to do with my surgery and raised that issue. After it was confirmed that this person had nothing to do with my surgery Dr. Denton refused to reveal name of person who really had been involved in my surgery.

    Detailed explanation:

    This is my story about my experience with Dr. Andrew Denton, Dr. Noah Massa and to me unknown man who had long dark hair.
    Because of enormous amount of resistance of authorities towards this case it was not possible to be resolved by authorities. Therefore, I decided to publish my story.
    I had my nose surgery(s) done by Dr. Andrew Denton at a private clinic – Willow clinic (the address was 205 – 777 West Broadway, Vancouver) years ago, where he was working at the time. During the consultation for the surgery Dr. Denton asked me a lot of questions about my personal life circumstances at the time, which was strange to me, but still I did not pay much attention to that at the time. For example, he asked me what I was doing for my living (I had a low paid job), he asked me who I had in Vancouver (I told him that I did not have anyone and that I had come to Canada not knowing any person in Canada). I was a fairly new immigrant at the time and it was my very first encounter with a surgical facility in Canada. After this consultation my surgery was booked by receptionist within couple of weeks ahead at 9 am. It happened that after that Dr. Denton rebooked the surgery and put it at the time when the clinic was supposed to be closed, two hours before the opening time of the clinic (the surgery was rebooked for 7 am and the opening time of the clinic was 9 am).
    On the day of the surgery when I arrived at the clinic (before 7 am) I first met one nurse. Since, there was no receptionist at the clinic yet, the nurse did paperwork before the surgery. Then Dr. Denton came. Dr. Denton took me to one of the offices to have pre-op consultation. While walking along hallway we passed one office where I saw a man sitting at a desk. The man had shoulder length dark wavy hair and I could not see his face well, only small part of it as I saw his profile only, while his face was mostly covered by his long hair. Dr. Denton and I entered the next office and Dr. Denton asked me if I saw the man in the other (the next door) office. When I replied that I did Dr. Denton told me that the man was a resident (medical trainee) and asked me if it would be OK if that other man would only watch my surgery. I agreed. Then Dr. Denton and I talked about the surgery. During our talk Dr. Denton would go back and forth from the office where we were having discussion about the surgery to the next door office where that other man was. Under these circumstances there was no chance for me to meet that man or see him face to face. Then Dr. Denton took me to the operating room and placed me on operating table and positioned my head back with my nose being up. Then I heard Dr. Denton talking to some man. That man told Dr. Denton that I was good looking. At that moment I moved my head up and forward in attempt to see that man and I saw a man with shoulder length dark wavy hair standing by the operating table close to my feet. Just for a moment I saw his face and then put my head back down. I remember that the man had a bit unusual face features. Then my surgery started. I was aware that the other man was also involved in the surgery despite Dr. Denton’s promise that he would only watch. I was aware of that as I was not under general anesthesia. I was under so called “twilight anesthesia”, meaning that I was slightly sedated intravenously to be relaxed and for pain control I received freezing in my nose area. So, being under that kind of anesthesia I was aware what was going on during the surgery and that that other man was involved in my surgery along with Dr. Denton and that they were talking all the time during my surgery. When my surgery was finished that other man was already gone, so I did not have chance to see him after the surgery.
    Dr. Denton did not make record in my chart about presence and involvement of that other man in my surgery, so officially it looks like that the other man has not been there at all.
    My surgery ended up with extremely serious complications, for unknown reason my bone on left side of my nose was broken all the way up until bellow my left eyebrow. It happened that the bone was cut all the way up on my left side and then one part of the bone shifted (overlapped) over the other. That shifting went all the way up until bellow my left eyebrow and the edge of the overlapping part of the bone could be felt under fingertips all the way up until bellow my left eyebrow. That very long break probably caused that two parts of the bone shifted one over the other and my nose collapsed. I believe that since the break was so long that bones were unstable and could not hold on in proper position. That was the beginning of my health/breathing problems. These complications caused problems with my breathing and I also had heavy nose bleedings. After this problematic surgery I would have five more surgeries over the course of several years in attempt to fix my breathing problems. Two of the following surgeries did Dr. Denton and three other did some other surgeon at a hospital. After three surgeries done by Dr. Denton (initial one and two following surgeries) I was still having breathing problems and I had hard time finding a surgeon who would be willing to do any procedure on my nose since I had four surgeries already done (one before coming to Canada and three done by Dr. Denton). I was told that I would need someone from the top of the field. Then, finally, I found surgeon who was willing to fix my breathing problems. This surgeon fixed it with another three surgeries as there was so much work to do on my nose after surgeries done by Dr. Denton. The other surgeon completely reconstructed the whole nose. He used cartilage from my ear for reconstruction. After each surgery he did there was a significant improvement of my breathing. So, after these three surgeries he did my breathing is very good now and I believe that I am finally done with surgeries. Therefore, altogether I underwent seven nose surgeries (one before coming to Canada, three done by Dr. Denton in Vancouver and three done by some other surgeon, also in Vancouver). With Dr. Denton I paid only first surgery and two other surgeries he did free of charge. The last three surgeries (done by the other surgeon) were done because of health issues (breathing problems) and in hospital, so covered by MSP, and I did not pay for them.
    Another big problem while dealing with Dr. Denton was his resistance to disclose identity of the man that he brought and involved in my initial surgery. That was a big issue. During my follow up visits with Dr. Denton I would ask him questions about that other man who had been involved in my surgery, but Dr. Denton did not like talking about it, and was refusing to tell me name of that man. The more I was insisting on disclosing identity of that man, the more Dr. Denton was resisting disclosing that man’s identity. I also noticed some nervousness and inconsistencies in Dr. Denton’s talking and that he was trying so hard to convince me that it was ok for that other man (that he called resident) to be there and to be involved in my surgery. I had a suspicion that something was wrong about bringing and involving that other man in my surgery. Taking into account strange circumstances of the surgery and the way Dr. Denton was reacting, it all looked suspicious to me. For example, it was odd to me that Dr. Denton told me that the man he brought was a resident (medical trainee), but that man was not in the office with Dr. Denton and me when we had pre-op consultation, but the man was in the next door office and Dr. Denton was going back and forth from one office to the other. If that man came to learn something why he was not in the same office with Dr. Denton and me to listen what Dr. Denton would be doing on my nose during the surgery? This way I did not have a chance to meet that man or have close up look at him. I was struggling with thoughts that there was something wrong about that other man being involved in my surgery and I decided to secretly tape conversations between Dr. Denton and myself. I was thinking if my instinct was right and if Dr. Denton did something wrong by involving that other man in my surgery it would be better to have some evidence. On the tapes I recorded we (Dr. Denton and I) were repeatedly talking about details of involvement of that other man (that Dr. Denton called resident) in my surgery, lack of my consent for that other man to be involved in my surgery and we argued about disclosing identity of that other man. We had those issues about identity of that other man and his involvement in my surgery going on for a long time. When Dr. Denton could not resist my insisting to know who that other man was any longer, he gave me name of a doctor he claimed that was the one who had participated in my surgery. That was name of Dr. Noah Massa. Dr. Denton sent me a letter saying that the name of the resident who had been in attendance during my initial procedure was Dr. N. Massa and that he was a resident in the Division of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at the University of British Columbia. Soon after that, I had phone conversation with Dr. Massa and, to my surprise, Dr. Massa did not even know where the clinic was located (Willow clinic – at 205 – 777 West Broadway in Vancouver, where the surgery was performed) and sounded completely in shock how he could be linked to my surgery. Even after I told him address of the clinic and explained where it was located and that it was a private clinic where Dr. Denton was working, still Dr. Massa sounded shocked how he could be involved. Dr. Massa’s reactions made me decide to look for him and meet him in person to talk to him. Few months after that, I found out where Dr. Massa was working and I met him in person and I talked to him. First thing that I noticed when I saw him was that he did not have long hair, but very short dark hair and that there was something strange about him and his acting. I thought it was about the haircut as I remembered very well long dark hair of the man who had operated on me with Dr. Denton. But, this time conversation was different (from the one that we had over phone) and Dr. Massa was talking like he had been involved in my surgery.
    So, soon after that and after the third surgery done by Dr. Denton turned out to be unsuccessful, I started legal action against Dr. Denton, Dr. Massa and the clinic, where the surgery was performed (Willow clinic). I sued them mostly because of lack of my consent for that other man to be involved in my surgery (that I was told that it was Dr. Massa), because of complications after the first surgery and because the two following surgeries were also unsuccessful.
    They all had the same lawyer to represent them. I did not have a lawyer, so I represented myself. Their lawyer submitted response letter to the Court explaining, in regards of Dr. Massa’s involvement in my surgery that Dr. Denton was assisted by Dr. Massa during the septorhinoplasty performed and that at that time Dr. Massa was a fourth-year resident completing his rotation in facial plastic surgery at the Clinic.
    Later, I wanted to obtain Dr. Massa’s records about his rotation at Willow clinic, so I asked the lawyer for it, but the lawyer answered that Dr. Massa checked his records and could not find anything about his rotation at Willow clinic at the time of my surgery. He also confirmed in writing that Dr. Massa did not have such document.
    Several months into legal action and after having some doubts about Dr. Massa and doing some research I reached conclusion that would conflict Dr. Massa’s involvement in my surgery. I learned that residents actually did not go to private clinics and that type of license that residents had, including Dr. Massa, (educational/resident’s) license did not cover private clinics. I decided to challenge Dr. Massa’s presence and involvement in my surgery. So, I wrote a letter to their lawyer requesting confirmation that Dr. Massa really was the one who had been involved in my surgery with Dr. Denton. Several days after that, I called the lawyer and asked him if he had received the letter I had sent him. He answered that he had received it, but that he could not answer my questions as he did not represent any of the defendants any longer. It was shocking to hear that their lawyer left the case after I asked him to confirm Dr. Massa’s involvement in my surgery. For me that was a very strong indication that it was not Dr. Massa who had been involved in my surgery with Dr. Denton. I realized that something strange about Dr. Massa’s look that I noticed when I talked to him in person was not about haircut, as I thought, but that it was actually a different person. I had a very hard time accepting a possibility that Dr. Massa, who I sued for being involved in my surgery without my consent actually had nothing to do with my surgery, but still accepted notice of claim, hired a lawyer who provided response to the Court explaining Dr. Massa’s “involvement “in my surgery and participated in legal action just like he had been involved in my surgery. I heard later from some lawyers that I consulted that it was not recorded or known that this kind of situation had ever happened anywhere else.
    After that Dr. Denton and Dr. Massa were represented by different lawyers from different law firms. I talked to both new lawyers over phone asking them to confirm if Dr. Massa was really the one who had been involved in my surgery, but they refused to either confirm or deny Dr. Massa’s involvement in my surgery. After some time I sent a letter to Dr. Massa’s new lawyer asking him to make it clear if they still claimed that Dr. Massa was the one who had been involved in my surgery. It was only after that letter that Dr. Massa’s new lawyer submitted amended reply to the Court denying any presence or involvement of Dr. Massa in my surgery and claiming that Dr. Massa had been at BC Children’s Hospital at the time of my surgery. It took more than two months from the time I challenged Dr. Massa’s identity as of someone who had been involved in my surgery until it was finally officially confirmed that Dr. Massa had nothing to do with it and was not even physically there.
    Later, Dr. Denton’s new lawyer started theory that maybe no other man had been present or involved in my surgery beside Dr. Denton. Dr. Denton then started saying that he could not remember if anyone else had been involved in my surgery. During period of time when I was seeing Dr. Denton at Willow clinic, he had never questioned or denied presence and involvement of that other man in my surgery; we both (Dr. Denton and I) knew very well that the other man (that Dr. Denton called resident) had been present and involved in my surgery.
    Dr. Denton has never disclosed true identity of that man with long dark hair that he had brought and involved in my surgery, so I do not know who had operated on me with Dr. Denton. Also, I am not aware of any Dr. Massa’s or his lawyer’s explanation on how it happened that he (Dr. Massa) claimed for the Court involvement in my surgery having rotation in facial plastic surgery at Willow clinic even though, in fact, he had nothing to do with my surgery.
    Having hearings at the Court after it was officially confirmed that Dr. Massa had nothing to do with my surgery was my extremely bad experience with Judges that drove me to the point that I completely lost my faith in Judges and the Court and decided to discontinue legal action.
    Judges in the Court looked very uncomfortable with this situation that Dr. Massa was going through legal proceeding as a defendant who had operated on me with Dr. Denton while, in fact he had nothing to do with my surgery. I had impression that they (Judges) were helping these doctors out, mostly by rejecting my every single request for court order for obtaining evidence I needed. After we had four hearings in the Court, I completely lost my trust in Judges. At the very last hearing I asked the Judge to order Dr. Denton to get statements from all at the time of my surgery male Otolaryngology residents asking each of them if any of them had been at Willow clinic at the time of my surgery, which would not be many people to ask since Otolaryngology residency program was enrolling usually two people per school year and they were not all men. I believed that those statements would prove if any resident had visited Willow clinic and if some resident indeed had been involved in my surgery, then that resident would be identified this way. At that moment Dr. Denton’s lawyer looked at the Judge and with his raised voice said to the Judge “NO, NO, NO”. Then the Judge stood up and said that we were finished for that day and left the Courtroom without responding to my request. I could not say anything as I was sitting like frozen looking in disbelief what happened. Soon after that I discontinued the case as I completely lost trust in Judges and the Court.
    Also, Dr. Denton’s new lawyer was talking in the Court about me alluding that I might have some psychological problems since I came to Canada from country that was affected by war and that maybe that’s why I had “impression” that some other man had been involved in my surgery. He was talking about their need to obtain court order to get me to psychiatrist of their choice to get professional opinion about me as it might be that I was “imagining” that another man had been operating with Dr. Denton and that it might be that, actually no other man had been there with Dr. Denton during the surgery. This lawyer talked to me about this over phone and in writing pointing out that psychiatrist would be of their choice. He also talked about their need to check my mental state with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC. For me it sounded like a threat and I believed that they were ready and capable of getting some psychiatrist who would write down something bad about me as an expert’s opinion making me a not reliable witness. At that time Dr. Denton was already saying that he could not remember if another man had been there during the surgery. It was shocking to me that Dr. Denton and his lawyer would go in this direction and choose this strategy since Dr. Denton and I knew very well that another man had been involved in my surgery and that lack of my consent and disclosing identity of that other man were huge issues. They did not know at that time (when they talked about getting me to a psychiatrist) that I had secretly recorded conversations between Dr. Denton and myself when we were talking about that other man and his (that man’s) involvement in my surgery. The Judge already issued Court order for me to sign that I consent that some of my medical records should be given to them, which I signed. So, they did not have any problem obtaining Court order, but on the other hand, I could not get any Court order at all to obtain any evidence. I saw this strategy with a psychiatrist as a serious threat because in case they find some psychiatrist to write down something bad about me as an official document that it would affect my life and my employment ability. So, that was also a reason for me to discontinue the case and prevent them doing it. I was afraid that I could end up with some bad opinion of some psychiatrist or even with some bad diagnoses all for the reason that I claimed that some other man had operated on me with Dr. Denton when, in fact, some other man had operated on me with Dr. Denton.
    It was obvious that this situation could not be resolved in the Court. I was hoping that I would resolve it through other avenues. But, unfortunately authorities showed unbelievable resistance towards this case. I went through few avenues in attempt to resolve those issues. It took many years and authorities showed a lot of resistance towards this case. Especially, the most resistance was applied to this situation with Dr. Massa being defendant who had been involved in my surgery in the Court proceeding for a period of time even though he had nothing to do with my surgery. Most of the time this issue would be treated as a taboo subject by authorities. Authorities would refuse to ask Dr. Massa or his lawyer to explain how that happened – that he (Dr. Massa) claimed involvement in my surgery having rotation in facial plastic surgery at Willow clinic even though he had nothing to do with my surgery and was not physically at the clinic at the time of my surgery. There was so much resistance towards investigating of this situation, especially towards contacting the residency program Dr. Massa belonged to (Otolaryngology residency program), to see how this claim that Dr. Massa had been involved in my surgery at Willow clinic having rotation in facial plastic surgery would fit rotations that he actually attended and teaching facilities he actually visited as well as policies of the residency program/postgraduate medical education. Also, authorities would even make questionable presence and involvement of that other man in my surgery even though they had tapes with recorded conversations between Dr. Denton and me and my detailed explanation about what happened. Authorities would disregard tapes and my explanation about what happened. They would rely only on my medical chart checking names of people involved in my surgery even though it was very well known that Dr. Denton did not leave any record about that other man’s presence and involvement in my surgery. It took many years of dealing with authorities, but there was no resolving of this situation. Behaviour of people representing authorities was unbelievably frustrating.
    As for taped conversations I do believe that they prove beyond reasonable doubt that another man had operated on me with Dr. Denton. I believe that every person listening those tapes would be certain that Dr. Denton and I knew very well what and who we were talking about. It is not only about content of conversations Dr. Denton and I had about details of that other man’s involvement in my surgery without my consent and arguing about disclosing identity of that man, but more importantly it is more about tones of our voices that definitely prove that Dr. Denton and I knew very well what and who we were talking about. The fact that I decided to tape those conversations tells a lot. Also, it is important to know that all the recordings were made even before Dr. Massa’s name was given to me as name of person who had operated on me. My instinct was telling me that something was wrong about that other man being involved in my surgery and I decided to tape conversations between Dr. Denton and me.
    Dealing with authorities was unbelievably frustrating experience.
    Because of enormous amount of resistance of authorities towards this situation it was impossible for this matter to be resolved by authorities.
    That is the main reason that I decided to publish this story.
    What would be a problem with identity of that other man and why I cannot know his identity? Would that be my very basic right to know who operated on me and for what reason?
    This whole situation I consider the worst and the most damaging experience in my life. For a very long period of time I had to put my life goals on hold and the main goal for me had been becoming able to breathe normally again (going through so many surgeries). It severely affected my life on many levels as my breathing problems took away many years of my life that were supposed to be the most productive years of my life. On emotional side I ended up feeling betrayed, mistreated, played, humiliated and degraded.

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    Barclay

    Dr. Andrew Denton is a facial plastic surgeon with extensive training in both Canada and the US. He is an extremely skilled surgeon with a very pleasant personality and seems to sincerely care for the wellbeing of his patients while striving for the best possible results of their surgery. Skill, professionalism and caring-one can't ask for more than that from your facial plastic surgeon! (and let me emphasize SKILL)

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    ssandraa

    Dr Denton is very down to earth and easy to talk to. He gave me realistic expectations of how my nose would turn out and took time to answer all my questions.

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    Robbin0016

    Dr. Denton is very personable and caring. I found him to be very realistic about my options and results. My follow up care has been a breeze. Everything from Trish in the office to Dr. Denton has been great!
    Highly recommend !

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    Cathrine Vancouver

    I researched and interviewed a number of surgeons before deciding on him. Dr. Denton and his staff are always professional, friendly and attentive. I had a facelift a number of years ago and will be scheduling another one with Dr. Denton soon.

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    mynosemylife

    Dr and staff are just amazing, even my interaction with whose who came for a followup had only amazing stories to share.
    Dr. Andrew has been in the business for so long, he has developed expertise on what he does. at points id feel out of questions for him, yet he would try to cover more things i might not be aware of,

    i just had the surgery today, will keep you guys posted of my news if there were interests

    Cheers

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    kellymiller05

    I visited Dr. Denton beginning of May for a consultation. Within the first 3 mins I knew that if I was going to go ahead with the procedure, he would be my Dr.
    He came in the room with a hands on approach, which showed his confidence in what he was doing.This made me feel at ease. The digital imaging also helped reassure me that we were both on the same page about what exactly I wanted.
    The thing that I really liked about this Dr. and his wonderful staff, is there was never any pressure at any time to make a decision. They wanted me to be 100% sure, and told me to take a few days to think about it (even though I had told them I wanted to go through with it right away)
    I highly recommend this Dr. and his wonderful staff!

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    Super Happy

    Dr. Denton is awesome! He is easy to talk to and is very caring. A very gifted surgeon.

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    VanTrojan

    Dr. Denton and his staff were professional and made me feel comfortable during the whole process.

    His follow up call the next day was reassuring that he cared for my well being and healing.

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    chingirl1

    dr denton is great he isnt stuffy he laughs jokes around with you like a real human being but is very proffesional too , best of both worlds , he actualy listened to what i had to say , was very happy with my result i would go back in futer in fact i might get my eyes done next :)

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    Ruh N

    Oops i wrote how great he is above.. Read above! But love him! Oh ya and they call u to check up on u.. Remind you about appointments and all.

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    Revina G

    When I had my first consultation with Dr. Denton he was very friendly, professional and attentive. He began right away discussing the problem areas with my nose as he was previously informed of my additional medical reasons behind the surgery. He took profile shots of my face and used a digital program to altar the look of my nose to that of one I would be getting. I really liked the digital alterations of my nose but I asked if he could make my nose slightly smaller than the one he had diagrammed and he happily obliged. I am so glad that I chose him to perform my rhinoplasty surgery because the end results were what I expected and the entire staff were incredibly helpful and friendly. Overall, my nose looks amazing and I feel confident knowing I made the right decision to choose Dr. Denton.

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    happygirl19

    Dr Denton listened to everything I hated about my nose and got it to what I wanted. He is calm, but happy, and makes you feel at ease. Dr Denton should be given award for being outstanding above all.

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    SundaySilence14

    Dr. Denton is great. He listens to your concerns and really shows his experience and knowledge when providing ideas and possibilities. He has been kind and caring each follow up and has allowed me to feel confident in the whole experience. I'm VERY pleased with the results and am so glad to have gone to him. His staff is amazing as well as they are so friendly and make you feel comfortable right away for every visit and they answer every question you may have at any time. Great experience overall.

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    MARY63

    I have the best experience a patient can have throughout the whole procedure starting from consultation to the day of the surgery and the care after operation. Doctor Denton is so friendly and has such easygoing personality and amazing professionalism that after the consultation with him I booked my surgery and never felt I needed a second hand opinion. I had confidence in him immediately! The staff is also very helpful, friendly and comforting. Now after two weeks I'm back to normal life and feel amazing, my nose is getting an even nicer shape as the natural swelling nearly disappeared. Thank you, I've never been so happy and highly recommend Dr Denton for similar cosmetic procedures!

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    abertram

    Dr. Denton did not review the possible dangers of the product with me personally. I found him to be rude, offensive & completely unprofessional. Personality 0 Rudeness +10

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    Diannna

    Dr. Denton is a excellent surgeon ,! I am 69 "years young" and
    he did a lower eye lift and fillers for me in May ,the results were
    beyond my expectations. Dr. Denton is very kind, professional and caring .
    the incisions are barely visible after 3 months ,he does great follow up
    and his staff are wonderful.

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    royal154

    Dr. Denton is a caring, concerned and professional doctor. He is invested in having his clients happy with their final result and works diligently to ensure they are well informed and comfortable through the whole procedure from first meeting to final check up. I have no reservations in recommending him to anyone, in fact, my sister will be seeing him in the new year for her procedure and I know she'll be as thrilled as I am with the final result.

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    758969anon

    BELIEVE ME, my doctor has no idea how to infect fillers correctly. After my initial visit I looked like a freak of nature, and to this day, I still do because the risk of removing this product is greater than the reward, and my Dr. will never touch my face again.

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    CR vancouver

    My family doctor Dr Randy Izen

    I chose this rating because i am 100% happy with my results and the kindness of his staff.

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